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MB MILS FAULTY.
Several Bodies Unite in Demand
for Commission to Draft
New School Law.
HANUS REPORT AS BASIS
Board of Education Criticised
for Failure to Comprehend
Nature of Its Most
Helpful Functions.
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WHY WOMEN LIKE DIVORCE
Fa-r Chicagoans Purpose to In?
vestigate Predeliction.
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v . .plain? 'i, ' i
anttesi ...i vs.,n,. n rel rned lira
?2?1*1-1 with dlvoi . ii...: women -will
r.*v '" "' ' :,! ,,:- ' ' ,,'??, tin j coulii
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SUFFRAGETTES COWED
BY LONDON PARK MOB
Announce Meeting, But Ugly Demeanor of
Crowd Forces Them to Cover?Burning
of Lady While s House Unpardonable.
London. Mur? n 23. A ? rowd ol i
youth?, ttrmed \?nii various klm
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day prepared to r? ?peal Ihe rowdy
? mpl to hold ?i m? Ptlni?.
The woi-pen, how? \? r, ? leelj refi
. oui for '?
<-\? nt. spent th? ? ? v hui tllng men
?!? ?elan ?i themeelvi I or o?
? ? ro? worn? i..
Th? ? .>:-. i- . -I tl ?
I be held, and h nti
?patrolled th? ?park
The ? ?rowd '?? i y t?l
?8 ' ? -i ? rsed. An of
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ol mo t i ,i good thing the
U"!i?i-li ?li.l iv?:
? >yr>' mood be is? of thi
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being ely j
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taken to pn i enl women from
maki v ?;? demonstration or coounlt
. .m-, outragea A ?special stall of
?been aenl to Windsor,
and the North Terrace of ?the caatle,
which haa always heretofore ?been jpen
t ? ; he public, has ?been do ? ?i. Hamp?
ton < "lift Palace haa aleo ?been closed.
? ilardle, the ?So? lallel and
, ? lui? m i..?i or Uei '" '? ? f Part! i
iii? nt for Merthyn Tydvll, Bouth Wales,
aho one of the atronveet supportera
of t h- a omi n'i ? -i ?v?. had a ?peculiar
experience ;it Manch? t? t to-day. Hi
i ? ? -i .? : uffrage in? ? i Ing in the
afternoon and was Interrupted by -fon
of "Traitor"! In thi evi ti?
n-hen he addressed a meeting In
i-onnection with the annual conference
te ?Labor party, luffragettea i" i
Interrupting him, .uni r->.?r...
w"in? n had i" !??? forcibly < .i<-?'t?-ii.
Tl ? v omen liaii promlaed lo tn.tke
demonstrations al all thi meetlnga In
connection with the conference, declar
? ? ? Laborltea, \>. ho are aup
ui ?port? r <?t a omi n : uf
11 ? ... the) vsiii
the got ? mm? nt to
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HABITUAL RUNAWAY AT SIX'
Charlestown Boy's Latest Is
Trip to ?Martha's Vineyard.
ton, .Mar ', _'.". '..
Mr. yeai nd four i
travelled I undn i :
and without
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OLD SCOUT AT Y. M. C. A.
Captain Crawford, Who Nick?
named Bryan, Gives Talk.
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JOY FOR ELLI.S ISLAND ?TEWS
Aid Society Distribute? "Hamantas
then" ?o Immigrants on Pwriin Day.
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SALESGIRL FOR CHARITY
Miss Megary, of Philadelphia,
Gives Wages to Poor.
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ii'-tli K. Megary. daughter of Mr.?-. John
M. _ei p of No. i-'M Bouth 20th
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i?. hind thi count? i
treet flower shop, at a a ?
f $9 ti ni
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in r friends hn\.- drluged hei ?with or
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WANTS OLEO BAM REMOVED
Lcderle Also Says Laus Against
Skimmed Milk Are Absurd.
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the oi ? ?? ;ti th.? world t
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ol whlcl th? n<all h ? 'omi i
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ealer to know d? Unit? ' the requin
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In 1912. 1 ?
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id proper i
?...i tation : ? ? ployed tnd I i
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ECLIPSE SEEN IN AUSTRALIA.
M? II o n ne Man h ! : Thi total ? i :
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ablj One sight partira rly al Bydnej ?-?ti I
Uriel ? t Melbourne were
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ANTIS TO SET NATION
WRITING FOR PRIZES
$ 100 Lach for City and Country Girl Who
Makes the Best Argument Against
Woman Suffrage.
Washington, llarch - ?Ota ? '
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aroman ?lultrag? ?
Oue hundred dollara foi ths eou "
, -aroman who can > ?rmulsU a alinl
rgument '
Till?? i: th? ""?'?' '; I """' ""' '
Waahtngton h? adquart? rs ol the National
\. o featlofl Oppoaed to a.,., Buffi
Tb? rnembers ot th? ?aeo? lation saj I
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rote, i"" th*n u;,r" ''" "'" v'"'"' " '" ,h"
cotintrj ??? ??"??? the " ??' ' ?"'?'"
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dual?
-,.,,... provlalons il ? i ai tlu arc tl il
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?.?.i thai u- anitet nuat be a woman.
The ?r -.. mu I ? ''"!"
mtxtet tb? Hattonal ?aaaoidatdoa Opp*?o-*d
,,, woman Buttrag?, No. ? Weal ktth
itreel N? * terh <lt>- ' T,"'v Wl" '"'
j.,. i __-. * j bs a cemmltl.I tl ? ?? wall
known literary woawn ol New York rjltj
.ltogeth? '. this oompatltlon It Intended
,?. ., national die? ??? -1"" which ?shall
Invade even sawing irese, woman'a club
a,?i aftaraooa lee I? tha eanVAtrg.
In i ail announc? mem
.,r th? organisation Mrs Arthur M
i ....i.-.. iti president, sa
? \v, ,,i- ?-?calving Innumerable lettera
from ;i i ?parta "f the eountry. lettera from
women expressing their sympathy witi?
,,,, id? ol thla qu?aatlon and explaining
ti,,. r. ? | th?i) beliera woman auf
? ig? la wrong Thla la what luggested
to the national ofllcara th?? dealratstUty ??f
nol only stimulating the Interest ??. ?all
women to thi? subje t. bul also of ti
i,, , ;,? t from ti.? miui ??i arguments and
itlona the two whli h appear to bi
: for? eful and ?sulking
Xbe city ?-ni ?,r woman forms bei
opinion on the question for '???mu?h ?rea?
pona arising from h? t environment The
t.. woman muy arrive at bw eon
Ion from other lines ??r argument
That II Why mo liavc offered on?- ?priai Of
.. ?o !? dty Kin and another of ?UM
,,, ,?,,. gir) ?.r \M.niiiii from the country.
i pon . ai h aasay it i ?boiild be atetad
whether or sol tha ?writer i from the cHj
,,r o,., oo inlrj. and there should ba given
i,, r full name, s b? ther ah? la married or
plngi tnd her ?address
.... addition i" the two ?rtnnlng asaays,
w will ?have an honor Hal ?>f the naxt
,,s, |i. -t lr??:ii the ? it y ami thr next five
,,, i ??..-n M.? oountrj
. vv? believe thai tins natlon-wtde dle?
tuaalnn irill threa m?re light <?n what
-roman lU?raga reallj m-sna than any
thing thai has vet heen mdSTt-fc*- In Hie
VHit? '1 States."
DONTS FOB LONE GIRLS
Women Send Out Warnings to
Save Them from Evil Fate.
PLANS TO AID TRAVELLERS
Move for Unification of Twenty
eight Organizations Started
in New York.
Plans f." n unification ??'? the la
??ii*ht ??r m.ii.' organisations ? ????.? i
travellers' aid x orti
under wai
ni" i wing the i ignltude ?.f th? \?
? tinilii and I
agenta
in New "fort n ?? fount Women's
?'liri'-t'rin \ ocl ?...n. thi |. ?,- ? ? b i
m travellers' aid wot It, hs tal ? n p
I? .-?'I in the mm o foi
" ? the t w? ? ? ? ? ? ?.
James B. Cushmai resid I m? ? -
ropolltan ?board of th? foui g '?'. n
?hriMii.it, a? ?-'?. latlon, hai .1 po 1 t? d 1
??"tnmitt,??? to t ike up the
lion avltn a v.Tiii oth? ? ? tioi
Her action roll? s ?1 .1 ont? r ? ? ?
lael w? ?i. :?? m; ? lors L Tm I
? rai ? ? tan for metropolitan wot k.
Voung Worn? n - ifhrtetisn \- - itlon;
' 'un ? ' ?Sah? r, -?? f the
Travel!? ri Ud Sa ? 1 ?. and othei I? ad?
"*"*? of phll ? ? ? work, i
Istration build of I
of "i ..inn- \\ "?,,. -, Christ
ttoni No loo . venu?
., oard liso
rten .? the ? ? il 01 d k
al th.- confer? tice a Ihe
every rs oed nd ? < ? ? ? ? ?
???:?? Btal list ?>f
warnings to girls, of 1
er? ? ?. 1 :: i? s
Oirh sho ild never si
? Ith? r m? n or a-ornen, li th? ? ? ? 1
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try ros ? ? I n? ? ?
Qlrli should never aak the ?
1 H 1 " llcei
rallwaj B ? , tmen.
?'?Ir;?? || ould r ? ?
.it, ? tly fal
the street, bul
poltr<*i ? ? ai'l
O?rla should sec?-* nvits
Hon t |oln ?
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FERRY CRASH INJURES FOUR
Shifting Tule Cause* Early
Morning Collision.
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th?? 1 ?? nnsylvant? -1"'?? '?
th? tix x : boat Phil*? ? ?
line, ;?t the fern ? "'"'
earl] eat?. th?
?m .?ti ih. l'iti
burgh were Injured and two ol *
teere 1 ? mo? ed to th l Clt) 11 ? -
pltel Oth? wert throe n Hal on 1
lei ir? but ?Escaped Inju
no pi tha? 1 ?hil id? ?
Isidore Qildenenhorn, >?f No .. lohn
avenue, Jei ? ??? ?City, ??
1 ? tout ti?* heed ai ?sndcut
t.?. 11. ?nu' -.lai a H? wai 1 ih? 1 t<
? ity Hospital 111 ? 1 l?den? aboi n ?
knocked down and received ? bro
ankle Hi"* all 0 wenl to the 1 I
li.,. pital 1 Idor? Qlldenenhoi ?
fu->?? nr-fii'i .?-?.i, -.?.? cut bj glaaa, bul
aol ?-' 1 "'?i '? 1 ?nt. and Ftoa? ?La ?Porl 1
relative, ol th? m me addsesa, m. ?
slightly bruised
Othei paaaengen who refueed to give
their namea, were kn?9ched down, ? ?
and bi ilaed. ',;' w? nt to theli bom?
. an ti"' Plttabui?gh aras gol ? 1
her ?'?vu slip i\< ? ordlng lo Ih? r?
m Captain Wright, then ? an un?
usually strong tide running when t??- at
tempted to make the Jeruey Cttj hiip
with th? ?Pittsburgh and b? mil al? 1
i. n .1 its ?apead
FOUR HURT IN AUTO CRASH
New Yorkers Narrowly Escape Death
Under Overturned Car.
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11.? kenaack, N .1 . ?March 21 1 hit ??
Nea Yorker* ti?"i ? nttorrow ? ?sap? from
death ??t .\r ?'".i. n? .?r here, ?-.?i I) this
morning when tha touring ?? ??r in ?.vki.ii
the] wer? rtdlni was overturned bj .?
smaller aut?t*moMla The v. Ums wer?
pinned ander tha car, bul were extricated
by the other automobil? party and people
ii\ ing n? sr bj
Th?? Injured were: Qeorga Qoarer, h of
tb? Qower Publishing Company, No ti
Part ?Roa and Ihrlni .?t No -'*?'? Wem Od
siri'.-t, Manhattan, painfully hrulee? aha il
tha iioiiv and Injury t<? spin? . ? M.
Tenny, ei No ut Went Lttth ttreat, Man?
hattan) l?*ga ?nd bart arrencbed and poi
?-iiir fi;,?tur?- "t ?i leg; Oeorga Oxten, s
chauffeur, shoulder disloeated and ? ???n
ouaalana, and Albert ?I. Ran, of Clifton,
.?vMit-r of th?' Ftnali?r ear, buck wrenched
nml stomach bruhwd Mr fJower was
druiiiR his ?;?r at the Urn? of Hi.' accl
(1, lit (>?aV??n, ?M II.? ?H .1 llt.lt ll' ? "I W'.lil,'.
Owi-n, th.? ii"t?'?l aut"it:.?bll?' iri'ir, WM
In UM r??;ir "at.
The Woman
About Town
it?rer could Tony have been ?toine;n
iia?i he ? ? t weight oc been
or what ! Over hi*
??n Col urn I ua avenue n ta a ?">? sign,
?saying Please | hre mr one mon
Ont anee! Hoa pathetic
nd how i . Tony
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? more Snd ona more,
plea ling ' ontlnually
Beware Nell-rose.
a pretty al a?io. bul a llttli
t g ? . .- to why. oh, wh?
will th. puti and ihe muddy
i.i .'i on< : ? ? ? ring their new
? ntln ' In '??
girl with th?- complexion o( mllli and ?rosea
can . ? ? is with it ?beautifully, l?ut
ther ould
Gross Imposition.
In on? ? . ere U
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iur-job rneth?
... er day one i
n giving .?
"Gc< but 1 tln'l iv? i olltlcal Job
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'n ? idea! T? i ? . Imponed u]
Why Was It?
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pplii 'i for v.-.i i ,?t th? large d<
told t" '
"< ?h, inn ? to da).
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came
blun lightly to
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n't It too V? , but
\ i. . mploj ? ?t el lewh? re
t go lo, it lsn'1
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nrroni nklnd I
I whose pe? i '
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elthei
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The Stout Woman's Boast.
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?Alteration Painters ami Paper Hang
Union Dei Ida I ' Strike To-day
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ART OF HOMEMAK?NG
A PAYING ONE
Women Decorators Give "Indi?
viduar and Artisu- .ouc?i to Home
Furnishings Make Money.
M?. Nalirl Nop?SBi
J i ive j ou ti?.. f-ffi ef bom? maktn
Have ?ou the knack which transforms 1
band boa ?flat ?t th.- barnIlka Ikjh^" it?
an artlatli haven of real ?and eomfoi
Thon you m?- Indeed fortunate, for v
:???- i ? much-sought-after talent whI
win bring yon surely Into the class
ful worn? n tf von xxm do ye
part in cultivating it in the proper wa>.
Nowadays few women are content
submll unquestlonlngly to th>- furnlahlni
Hrma which supply household gooda
so much a room. They hav? riaen i
the colorieea and dreary atm?
; ? of uch 'i-?? oration i Been if Um
an? ri"t <>t' an .irt:.-?tir ?temperament, th?
feel the difFere_ee ;i"?i lack of harmoi
? ween their home and that of the won
an who poseeaaea the glfl of exproeotn
the Individuality of her family m ti
home
To ipplj the ?l??niaiiii fr.r oxperi a'lvi?
?? lining thla Individuality a growls
.f worn.? busily employe
?and recelv? splendid remunere?on. A
.decorator receives 01-1 per oat
valu? of thi turnlshlnga
ii. furnishing .1 home, .-?nj when ah* r>
? contract for ? en ?m?- !?? autift
ti Id she 1 al ?> an I fortune
\v.?. Mi.lli Hicks la "n?t of th
? nown Interior decorators or th
; d ha i?? an ? mpl? ? ? ?i In th?* w?ri
t?ears Bpeal g of the tralnini
? i?ii this ?m k be
"i bei - - ran 1 .?vi ?art ?' ?
? .-!> hi:.. When I v.,?s 1-ri11 a y??.' :
? ? of my friends decided to go ov<
? ?: n ?Paria and my pan ?
sented to lei me si them."
"Do you ? ? ? r ?tudias li
|- ire greatly r?
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"No, Indeed, l ?J?? not," sh? replied, "li
talk a it l'a
toe to atud ? eaefully
; to wort us well hi re
1 he only dlfl that in Pai
- I I ,,t art ; th
of Amer.
. . ? ? ttonal 1 ookcasea
art imerce, finan?-.? or
? ? ? ; .v.?- .ipart?
I thi fact I ? ? are all
not ?).
tract 1 ' ? Uvldual exo
In America
1 ? mans- splendid opportunltlea for
I art In ?1 : I aa th?are
where In thi - d
1 ? tinued to tudy 'I- iwitlg and d"
: when 1 ?returned ll araa
for n to get oui and work at
1 took the Ural thing off?red
Notl .--.'.. .nd It
raste of time t?. sil doa:
Ka to d
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I yon will : t that It
ilgnlng and
working - ?' metal. T la
to ? a lei trail g to me
it ?? busy con ? rn an?! there
waa no time for dream) procrastination
v,. i -, d to get our woi h oui al once, ?.n?!
i if a nn? not ripht n waa returned Id ui
"llj Interior decoratiag work nimpi
grew out ot the ?Mrap-VTsaenl with thi
oeacara,
"Th< woman who want- t?> ?lake up in
t??rior de?eor-t_ig must not Imagine for
moment that it la easy work it y- v-er
hard uork and there Is a ^reat teal o
drudgery hi Eon th. expert fta?,?- i
reached. If t<he wants to mak* a hi.
spivrt?.- In th.? ?world of aacoe? aba wll
have ample opportunity if aha ?an ?J?
liver the ?goods.
"The quick?at waj to aneei - to ?-;??
eiallZ" in SlNBa hr.ineh. As EtAOttOM g-J*a
'if you make _? ?<><i mousetrapa men wii
arear out a path to your door.1 There an
tWO .?-?hoi,!.- ?,f interior d?eor.-ition-? an-hi
tecturai .-in?i ornamaatal. The aaoeessfajl
decorator must he able to adapt barsall
fco tin Individuality of her ?mi? ?yer
Th?-re ;,r.- t<?. hvi'al ! unit;. tl??ris of which
she must he very sensitive, and she must
b?? able to convince the owner of th?
nouas that cartela thtnga must be. i*. n?
?t'lir.s infinite taet omettmaoy and ?.he
must b<? wen ahl?> to repreea h?r fecllngf
while gently Insisting on ti i
"When 1 first started on this work l
often ni?t women who begged th>; old
order "f their bounce, aven tiioutch the]
wanted thv metamorphosla which th'?.
eoiil?) not lllUllStand Some people s
honaea are simple muaeums of art. Thej
contain beautiful thlnga which can be ar?
ranged to inak?- a magnlfleant home, but
?they have t?. h?- ?distributed uiti* a perfect
sense of arrangement of the colors and
valu? a The tonality of ?the
throughout ?he hous? mu??? be observed
There Is rhythm in tha sebosea of room
just as then la In a oornnoettion of mus??'
When i meei :? woman of this sort i re?
mind her of the work for whi'-h aba el
d ma ai ; d expert, and as a rule
everybody ?.i get his moneys
worth," Mus Hiek?: finished with a s?nll<
?What sped?1 training should th?
won d-be d< Mpn?-r have?"
the must go t'< school and study d??
sign and drawii i m that aha win b- ab'?
to make drafting) ol Then ah ?
should ent' r en tit. rl.ir decof?tOfl offlc?.
sir.? will have t?. begin ?right at the very
?bottom ?if the ladder, as buyer or rrri.n.1
?boy. There la no royal road to suo-es?'
le ?? thraadl a ? apboriara that ?appllea
aptly to this busl ess. SI* muet not
consider herself ?too high and mighty to
d?> th-? moat menial part of the work
Whatever Uiej ?ask ber t?. do, f-ho must
knuckle down and make the b? ? ? '
; it. She aill U an perfectly i h Bt-p, and
? if y}.r. does her t?st ?and baa the
talent aha will one day And herself .?t th?
top.
"It i?, i think-, thi v. ? congenial work
? ? is tor WO-M ti With h< : -tural
love ol
to her The ?beautiful furniture and fab?
her to mould into
i ol t.. the b? bolder (Ul hei
life with r le Laura? But a I ? tor
get that II i" only the 1
who gain th? right recognltl
? t ? ? ? ? ? -
A REVELATION IN HASH.
Hie 1 wentieth Century Variety, as Outlined in the " Cook
f3ook of Left-Overs, " Is I*ar Removed from
I .?"Tn?r^?-?r,?rvtr-.?r>w- o K. in/-l
? h, Irk?* nio?t mod
? - ins, r ? B long >'??!? fi'i.m th??
"i It Is d? rib? ?i -i tr ??
.??' Left ' ?vers (Hat ???? r hi it
? ?? ? ? ound Ilk? h ? eh at all I I irk?' one
<?f those fai ?us ?' ? *? ehefs
arhen th?ir thrift>? BOUll r? l>" at
u.r. '? :t ??' ? i s ?? if it
?. i.
TWENTIETH CENTURY HASH.
Have i med m? ? i ;? itatoea
tVltl an fully remove th?? po
eavlng real of skin imbrokam. B? ?
? ,.? potato arlth one tal ? ? i ?1 ??r
Posta! Card Departments
ah communication, rand they ora welcome! should be meda by postal *s to
as it i*> possible.
Recipes 1 est? d ?uid
Found Good
ai iMf? sppaaftag in ? ese lunas tu??'?
?
i.. ? .... lent ether
?i ? its
.? il to ni.????- an?
i :? .. !? if! uni
elll buy n
? ? .?. F?rk 1 ttbaaa
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\ \ ?SGET .R?AN i.i'N? HEON A
? Imple i .m ? ? i ? "'.?- ": baked cheetn -i I
Shell Hi" cheat
.i i..,i i hem until tender, then !"?? I
end chop ? o irs i? Mis ??nil mi ?
quantity "f ??rumbed bread, moisten orltta
?? ,"i .m,i eeason with sail ?and
pepper. Baka in moderate oven twenty
minutai. . ? ? ? i -. ? \, r...i i \- ? the i?<? ???
Italian oi ?French ch? ti HS, V D.
Brookli ti. N v.
CORN MUFFINS ?Beat n??-? -..?;.-? ??-i"'
? ?n?--iir.il teaspoonful of salt, place s Bout
? i? r? "i, .i pi .t". put int" ?i one-half ? op?
fui ?if ii.iiir. ?,ii'- hall cupful <>f yellow
corn m'-t?. two teanapoonfuls ?if baking
powder, on? heeping tableapoonful at
sugar; mix one half cupful ot mtik ortth
11,?- ? -m contents <>f sieve? add
one?half cupful of cream loot, or, havlni
none on hand, use one half cupful .>f milk
to which iii been added i tableepoonfnl
of tii"i''.i butter ?Sake Sfteea or tarantjf
mil ite? m ? hot <?? en, B M
Crot?n, N v.
CATSUP with CANNED TOMATOBS.
it seems to b? ?irenerall) ?thought thai
when the tomato seaeon Is <i"ti?' the cat?
sup season is ended. Here in a m?'-s'
r ? dp? thai ???in !??? mud?? up
in tha- d? pii' "i artntu i Uas .? gallon can
of tomatoes, ?three lina larga epplee, four
largi sareel peppera an* ."i>i* tad peppars
(dried v.iii anawer); imii togethw until
soft and proas through ?? Move. To tiii?*
pulp add ono jaman eupfdl of sugar, I
,.:?? h.iir < hi f"1 of ?salt, four tahlaapoon
fui* of i? hite mustard ?r-??i. half 1.1
ful each of t>ia?-k p?sppsr, ??f ground ell
iii of cloves, one grated n itmeg,
infuls of ground cinnamon.
and ?one ptnl of good elder vto?sgar. ?Boll
t.. the proper consistency and bottle.
New ?i nrk ClU . I '. B ?'?.
ORAPE ?VPPL1 BA?CB Prepare the
tpplea In the isual v. ?\. cover them with
grape Juice nn?! cook ?until aoft Tins
makea a pleaaaal change from ?ordinary
apple sauce M B,
keepeta. ?N t.
Man age I? a lottery, hut if you draw
i hlii U you ?nut :<*.ii it up and throw It J
away
hllttei, one t.. . of rrr.v
nillk. one ? -.1 a
lut'.- j.. pper, stirring llghtl; sritl i
i ut do not mach thi ?potato ?d I ?
of any kind of ? 4 cliopped
that has '? ned irlth a little
?gravy, ?stock or Worceaterahlra -?? ? c f
the sklna with this mixture?, letting it
rise a little above the 1 e of
" r on each and beat )n on ? Ora
? i lead of meal
There an? ?twelve ?peg i full of ra
for th.? treatm? oef
hi th?? cook book, and other meats have
? ? t aa many other pages
Th? n there are all the rectpea for all th*?
Ol iv r kinds <?f !eft-'.\. ? :
I OOK hook COCPOlf.
prf?? -1 t- Coapaa s -?? ?"h-r?
a? -? t the etbea at 'r'-<? thro
I - Trlboas sa the Kr.??ini goer, ?n*.
?? .. i ?,.,,?* B Mb v* Left ' ".tp,-*
I io srasl u'?? eletb. ?ByssalldPeeata
Daily Bill of Fare.
TUESDAY.
i i; \K'i\\-?'r - Baked apples wM
raisin stufihig; ei ???in? ttes prepared from
M..n?i.'i\'s lcft-ov. i Bah and potatoea.
arbola wheat mt?Bas; ?off??.?.
LUNCUBON.--Brolled MS trout.
Vienne breed; atewed pe;ir* lemon
coi'ki'-s, ten.
pin'M'.k ??'otiaeaisas; roasted an,.
spl?ced ham: ?boOed sump, bruaaela sprouts
with ?.Mam ?-.in I ?Iinl.vloti s.ilad; win?
i.'lly: .?off''e.
SPECIAL SALI: OF
HADISKERCHIEFS
Today and ?luring the
w/teek, WC will offer sev?
eral special lots of Hand?
kerchief?? at especially
low prices.
Ladies' pure Irish linen
Cambric Handkerchiefs,
1.50. 1.75. J.5i). J.75, .150.
4.00. 5.50 ?I??/.
Gents' pure Irish linen
Cambric Handkerchiefs,
3.50, 4.00. 4.50. 5.?j, ~?.7~?.
62$, 7.00 doz.
About 500 doz. Embroid?
ered Handkerchiefs, at
2?c each : regular price,
50, 7?c and 1.00 each
Madeira Rmbmidered
Handkerchiefs. .*>5c, 50c,
65c, 75c, 1.00 each.
Walpole
Bros.
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tu ? *?** ?aawjoaawa
fetoafteac Bettet sod
WarirvfWoiaa. ?Qb. Dttwu,
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